Lakeridge Health is Durham Region’s acute health care provider. With five hospitals, four emergency departments, a residential treatment centre and more than a dozen community health care locations, the new Lakeridge Health is working to provide the best experience for patients and their families. Home to the R.S. McLaughlin Durham Regional Cancer Centre and Pinewood Centre, Lakeridge Health also provides regional mental health, eye care and nephrology services. With a committed and dedicated team of more than 5,400 employees, more than 760 physicians and more than 1,600 volunteers, Lakeridge Health provides care to the more than 650,000 people living and working in Durham Region.
Health & Rare Disease Expo
1. Syringomyelia & Chiari Malformation Patient
2. Patient #2
3. Wellness & Exercise Expert - Travis Edwards
Opened in October 2019 Durham Manor/ Oceana Medi- Spa aims to be the premier / Wellness Sanctuary in Pickering Durham Region Ontario. Through a unique combination of offered services and products, they will quickly regain lost market share due to the Covid 19 Pandemic. Durham Manor will provide customers with a relaxing, rejuvenating atmosphere where all of their mind and body needs can be met. Durham Manor offers a wide variety of mind and body healing services and products. The Oceana Medi Spa aspect of the business will provide both males and females with Botox /Filler restoration services. The spa business is devoted to providing holistic methods of massage, body work, weight loss yoga, energy work, professional naturopath and psychotherapy services. This is all done in a relaxing, serene setting. The heritage house can also be rented for micro weddings, a meeting and training room for up to 10 people for safe distancing.
Whether helping local Veterans, supporting seniors, providing youth sports programs, raising funds, volunteering to help those in need, or simply offering a place to gather for fun and celebration, Legionnaires provide essential services in their communities. Legions help Canadians to honour and remember those that sacrificed for our Country. The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 322 Ajax Ontario was founded in 1942 by Veterans and for Veterans. Our Poppy Campaign, Remembrance Day ceremony, Youth Education, Vetbuild Program, Seniors activities and other community fundraising initiatives are some of the ways we help our community. Plan to join our Legion today, any citizen of Canada or an Allied nation is welcome.
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Syringomyelia & Chiari Malformation Patient & Advocate
Health and Rare Disease Expo
Saturday, February 27, 2021 12pm- 2pm EST
Carion Fenn Foundation presents our Health and Rare Disease Expo in partnership with Lakeridge Health & Ajax Legion. Our health and wellness Expo is Free and runs for 2 Hours featuring workshops with Patients (rare disease & stroke patient); an Ask The Expert Panel featuring (Physiotherapist, Nutritionist, Fitness & rare disease doctor). Engaging communities, offer information and solution that will improve their quality of life, build inclusive and accessible community while navigating the healthcare system to improve access to medical professionals.
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Legion Branches are the cornerstone of communities across Canada, and provide one of the largest volunteer bases in the country. With 1,400 Branches from coast to coast to coast, our members provide local services and supports to build a stronger Canada.
Alicia has a passion for helping others. She is a manager for a charity who helps individuals and children experiencing homelessness. In her free time, she raises awareness about rare diseases, mental health and homelessness through fundraisers, her business and social media. At sixteen her best friend Justice was murdered this turned her world upside down. Before finding a passion for philanthropy she would donate in his memory whenever a grocery clerk would ask her if she’d like to donate. A few years later she was diagnosed with chiari malformation, syringomyelia and a panic disorder. She chooses to rise above her trials and tribulations by being the change she wishes to see I’m the world!
Ask The Expert
3. Selfcare Expert (Durham Manor)
4. Rare Disease Expert
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